Wasn’t the ontological proof for the existance of a benevolent God the foundation of Cartesian rationalism? Descartes seemed to assume that not only was there a God, but that this God was good. He concluded that there was an external world outside of the human mind because God wouldn’t ‘decieve’ us like that. I understand this is coming from a 17th century Renaissance man, but doesn’t that seem a little unscientific?
Plus, what’s with the whole pineal gland thing??
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